New York City’s theatrical community has a rich and storied past. At the beginning of the 20th century, the theatre district was so brilliantly illuminated by white lights that O.J. Gude would refer to it as the “great white way.”
In 1904, New York City Mayor George B. McClellan officially re-named Longacre Square as Times Square, in recognition of the arrival of the offices of The New York Times. The theater district sits between the 41st and 53rd Street and between the Sixth and Ninth Avenues.
OUR FIRST STOP:
- Shubert Theatre - 225 West 44th Street, now playing Matilda the Musical ( Same block - the St. James Theatre, the Helen Hayes Theatre and the Broadhurst Theatre)
- Shubert's Alley, right near Sardi's
- The Booth Theatre - 222 West 45th Street. Now playing The Glass Menagerie
- Walter Kerr Theatre - 216 West 48th Street, Now playing A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
RAINY DAY - PANIC PLAN:
Bowlmor Times Square, - the midtown bowling alley, near Shubert's Alley.
222 W. 44Th St
- The Plan - we go for the food and snacks, stay to sketch.
- Bowling is a just a remote possibility a pricey option.
- Bowlmor opens at 11 AM
11:00 AM at the Shubert Theater
If you come late, or don't see us:
Call Mark - 973-809-9128
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